Arsenal Fight Back to Beat Bournemouth 3-2

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On a sunny Saturday afternoon at the Emirates Stadium, Arsenal and Bournemouth faced off in a thrilling Premier League encounter. The Gunners were looking to extend their unbeaten run to seven games, while the Cherries were hoping to build on their impressive start to the season.

The match started off with a bang, as Bournemouth took the lead in the second minute. Ryan Fraser’s cross was met by Callum Wilson, who fired a powerful shot past Bernd Leno to give the visitors the lead. It was the second fastest goal ever scored in the Premier League, and it sent shockwaves around the stadium.

Arsenal responded well, and they were soon level. Mesut Ozil’s corner was met by Shkodran Mustafi, who powered a header past Artur Boruc to make it 1-1. The Gunners then took the lead in the 24th minute, as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s shot was deflected past Boruc.

The second half saw Bournemouth push for an equaliser, and they got it in the 73rd minute. Joshua King’s shot was saved by Leno, but the rebound fell to Wilson, who fired home to make it 2-2. The game looked to be heading for a draw, but Arsenal had other ideas.

In the fourth minute of added time, substitute Eddie Nketiah was played through on goal by Ozil. The young striker kept his composure and fired past Boruc to give Arsenal a dramatic 3-2 win. It was a thrilling end to a great game, and the Gunners’ unbeaten run was extended to seven games.

The result was a huge boost for Arsenal, who are now just two points behind fourth-placed Chelsea in the Premier League table. It was also a huge disappointment for Bournemouth, who had looked set to take a point from the game.

Overall, it was a great game of football, and Arsenal’s late winner was a fitting end to a thrilling encounter. The Gunners will now be looking to build on this result and continue their push for a top-four finish.